HCG Central is a hub page with links to numerous articles on our site about the HCG diet. Dr. Tina Marcantel is a naturopathic doctor in Gilbert, Arizona, who also serves the East Valley cities of Mesa, Scottsdale, Tempe, Chandler, Apache Junction, and Queen Creek, and the greater Phoenix area.
Four reasons Why Our HCG diet program Is Different Many places offer HCG diet programs. Consider these four reasons why we think ours is better.
Dr. Marcantel’s HCG diet program This is our physician-supervised quick-loss diet program. You can learn about the program guide we use, the price of the program, and what’s included.
Video testimonials from our patients about the diet Several of our patients recently shared their experiences with the HCG diet at a public informational meeting we held at our office. Take a look and see if you can relate to their stories!
Why is it necessary to be admitted to Dr. Marcantel’s services before starting her HCG program? This short article explains our philosophy about the use of this progam as part of the overall health and wellness protocol we use in our clinic.
Why It’s Important to Balance Hormones Before Starting a Diet Many people have tried over and over to lose weight without success–or they lose weight only to find that they put it right back on when they quit dieting. In this video Dr. Marcantel explains why it’s important to get your hormones balanced before starting the HCG program.
Dr. Marcantel’s personal testimonial about her experience with the HCG diet. Before recommending it to her patients she wanted to experience it herself. The results surprised her–and made her a believer.
HCG FAQ Some frequently-asked questions about the HCG diet including “Who should try the HCG diet?” “Is it safe?” and “How much can I eat?” as well as some straight talk about the HCG diet and the controversy surrounding it.
Some background information about the HCG diet and our program After hearing about the HCG diet, Dr. Marcantel did extensive research to assess the suitability of this weight loss method as a part of her overall clinical practice. She is not a fan of “fad diets,” but she recognizes that there are times when simply following a good nutrition and exercise routine are not enough to lose stubborn pounds and inches.